It’s back-to-school time! Are you ready to push your kids out the door with full bellies? That feat requires waking up more than 10 minutes before the bus stops at your door. Huh. But, rest assured, because I’ve got an easy, no-fuss solution that will make everyone happy.
You see that can of unused biscuits in your fridge? Me too. That’s how I came up with this creation. Get that out and let’s get started. You’ll need:
1 can refrigerated biscuit dough
Place all your biscuits in a pie dish (or small pan – whatever works).
Mix the cinnamon and sugar together and sprinkle over biscuit dough—flip over to coat both sides.
Place in oven for package specified time (mine was 13 minutes) at 350 degrees.
Make your maple glaze next. You’ll need:
Vanilla extract (you can make your own)
Maple flavoring (and if you’re feeling spunky, a splash of your coffee)
Add powdered sugar (about 1 cup) to your bowl with 2 tbsp. milk.
Add in the vanilla and maple (and coffee)—bout 1 tsp each.
Spank his butt.
Hey, it’s early. Some times we need a little excitement to wake up.
When your biscuits are ready, remove from oven and let cool for a few minutes.
Or just pour the glaze all over and eat immediately
|Make Maple Glazed Cinnamon Biscuits||
- 1 can refrigerated biscuit dough
- Powdered Sugar
- Vanilla extract
- Maple flavoring
- Pre Heat oven to biscuit dough specifications
- Place all your biscuits in a pie dish
- Mix the cinnamon and sugar together and sprinkle over biscuit dough – turn to coat both sides.
- Place in oven for package specified time
- Add your powdered sugar (about 1 cup) to your bowl with 2 TBS milk.
- Add in the Vanilla and Maple (and coffee). About 1 tsp each.
- After 3-5 minutes, pour glaze over biscuits and devour!
Jodi lives naked on paper writing through her Life List and all that is being married to a serial entrepreneur. A mother to two, Jodi has a passion to inspire women to live outside of titles. She chronicles lists and links of Things To Do, takes way too many photos and dreams of living in one place for longer than 12 months. You can read more from Jodi on her blog, Jodi Michelle.